Sundarijal Hiking

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Sundarijal, named after the Hindu goddess Sundarimai, is fifteen kilometers north-east from the Kathmandu valley. Sundarijal is very famous for Canyoning and Canyoneering. It is taken as a gateway for many hikers going towards Chisapani. The gigantic waterfalls and rushing stream; boundless hilly ridges, valleys snowy ranges and green peaks; and the water reservoir site are the major attraction for the visitors.

Sundarijal is itself located at the center of an ancient forest, belonging to the Sivapuri National Park, and is highly diverse in vegetation like pine, oak, rhododendron and wildlife like Himalaya Black bear, leopard, jungle cat and rhesus monkey. The area is pinpoint to 177 species of birds, 102 species of butterflies, and 129 species of mushrooms. Sundarijal is a complete package of scenarios, hiking, and canyoning for any nature loving traveller.

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Coordinates27°43′46.20″N 85°24′23.45″E
Access15 Kilometres Northeast

Sundarijal Map:

Hike TitleDestination Date
Sundarijal Hike with Bill Higgins17/04/2016
Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Sundarijal21/06/2014
Hiking from Shivapuri to Sundarijal via Chisapani14/07/2013
Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Sundarijal08/09/2012
Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Sundarijal via Nagi Gumba22/01/2011
Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Sundarijal via Nagi Gumba16/05/2010
Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Sundarijal13/12/2009
Hiking from Telkot to Sundarijal via Sankhu07/06/2009
Hiking from Bajrayogini to Sundarijal via Jhule30/07/2006
Hiking from Kapan to Sundarijal via Tarebhir23/07/2006
Sundarijal Hiking was last modified: March 25th, 2015 by Administrator

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